Stamford Primary School

Stamford Primary School

What does Stamford Primary School’s curriculum entail?

The school cultivates enthusiastic students who reflect Stamfordian values and are eager to contribute to a brighter future. They provide every student to reach their full potential in the cognitive, physical, aesthetic, leadership, social, and emotional domains. The Stamford Primary School teaching and enrichment programs are tailored to a diverse group of kids, recognizing that each child is an individual with distinct interests and abilities.

Meta Description

Stamford Primary School, formed in 1856, is a government-run co-ed single-session primary school in Victoria Lane, Singapore.

School Curriculum

English Language, Mathematics, Science, and mother tongue languages are the key departments included in the Stamford Primary School curriculum. More departments, such as Aesthetics, PHE, and Social Studies, assist Stamford Primary School in providing excellent education to pupils.

Unique Programs and Services

Program for Active Learning (PAL)

Provide children with a diverse range of activities in Sports & Games, Outdoor Education, Performing Arts, and Visual Arts to give them a broad range of exposure and experiences. Encourage pupils’ holistic growth across the five learning areas of physical, cognitive, social, aesthetics, and morals. Allow pupils to improve their social and emotional skills in various ways (SEL).

Learning for Life Programme (LLP) 

Character and Leadership through Sports and Outdoor Education

The focus of the Learning for Life Program at Stamford Primary School is Sports and Outdoor Education (OE) (LLP). LLP, which has been in place since 2015, uses a blended E3 approach, which includes exposure through PHE curricula and co-curricular programs and extension through a Modular CCA program that connects PAL and CCA programs. And excellence for students who show the necessary aptitude and talents to reach their full potential.

Character and Citizenship Education

The Character and Citizenship Education (CCE) curriculum strives to instill social-emotional skills in students underpinned by principles and help them grow into responsible Singaporeans and global citizens. The curriculum is given in three ways: CCE (FTGP), CCE (MTL), and school-based programs, all of which get tailored to the profiles and requirements of individual students. Values and social-emotional competencies get expressly taught in CCE(FTGP) and CCE(MTL) classes. ‘Stamford Ways,’ National Education Commemorative Days Activities, and Values in Action projects are just a few examples of school-based initiatives.

Student Leadership

The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership, a leadership development theory established by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner, is introduced to student leaders to help them enhance their leadership skills. Student leaders will discover how to Lead by Modeling, Inspiring a Shared Vision, Challenging a Process, Enabling Others to Act, and Encouraging the Heart as leaders.

Every term, the school hosts a leadership program to help student leaders strengthen their leadership skills. Teachers in charge of various teams encourage them to get together to bond with their peers and to gain the knowledge and skills they need to fulfill their roles and obligations as leaders. They also talk about how to solve challenges they’ve come into while on the job.

Events Conducted

English Week 2019 – encourage and motivate kids to feel confident in their English skills and talents. It’s a fun and educational day for children to demonstrate their English language abilities.

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